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Gallatin Fall City-Wide Garage Sale

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Active shooter training at Gallatin R-5

police-active-shooterOn September 16th Chief Richards and Detective Vaughn conducted A.L.I.C.E. Training for the staff at Gallatin School District. This training is available through the Gallatin Police Department to any business, school or church who wishes to have the training to better handle an active shooter type situation. Contact Chief Richards at the Gallatin Police Department for more information.

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The Terry family really pulls together…


Pictured left to right are Tayton Terry, Brice Terry, Cydney Terry, Tucker Myers, Tannah Terry, Levi McClellan and Tristan Myers.

Upon removal of the oil pan on August 29, Brice Terry was sad to report the season was over for Too Hy-Strung, his Light Superstock Tractor. Even though the tractor had troubles along the line — crankshaft/bearing trouble in Wisner, Neb., and rear end troubles at the Missouri State Fair

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Lots of vendors and quilt shops at Hamilton


JC Penney Days 2016 in Hamilton was held Sept. 23-24.  Friday night featured a Penney High School tailgate party and then more family fun and entertainment on Saturday, including many vendors and a performance by magician David Sandy.

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Station change

On Nov. 8, the Gallatin Driver Examination Station normally located in the courthouse will be relocated to Daviess County Library. Testing hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The change is due to elections being held in the Daviess County Courthouse. Normal testing hours will resume at the courthouse Nov. 15.

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Blast from the past

Sept. 27, 2006

Jonathan Arnold, Abby Ray and Terrill Wood have been selected to perform in the All-District Choir concert to be held Oct. 28 at Platte County High School.

The Gallatin Bulldogs steam-rolled Hamilton, 46-6, to keep pace with South Harrison and Princeton in the race for supremacy in the Grand River Conference. Derrick Love rushed for three touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Quarterback Nic Burrell threw TD passes to

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Patrolman stops two N.M. vehicles on I-35

Rain K. Cizek, 54, Albuquerque, was charged Sept. 23 with receiving stolen property, felony B, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor A, and possession of marijuana, misdemeanor A, after a traffic stop on I-35.

Two northbound New Mexico registered passenger cars were stopped near the 58 mile marker in Daviess County by Sgt. L. Allen. During the traffic stop he became suspicious of illegal activity occurring in both vehicles. Sgt.

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Oh the Drama…September

The Gallatin Theater League (GTL) fall production will be the musical comedy “Nunsense.”  GTL will host auditions at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2, at the theater.  Community members are invited to audition. Directors Doug Nichols and Tom Garnett encourage all to come join the fun. GTL will donate two tickets to “Nunsense” to the Kickin’ Cancer fundraiser.

League members Nancy Garnett, Lana Belshe, and Elizabeth Plotner will be ready

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Three arrests made during traffic stop

Charges were filed against three subjects after a traffic stop for speeding on U.S. 69, north of Highway 36 in Daviess County on Sept. 21. All three subjects are being held at the Daviess DeKalb County Regional Jail.

Cynthia Lee, 46, Bethany, was driving without a valid license. Trooper M. Neely observed her eyes were bloodshot. Her answers to questions were unusual and had no relevance to the question that

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